Events (From 11/6 - 11/10)

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SENIORS & GRAD STUDENTS: GRADUATING IN JANUARY, MAY OR AUGUST 2007?
Click Here to Schedule a Photo Appointment!
Now is your only opportunity to be photographed and included in the Baruch College Yearbook, LEXICON 2007. MAKE YOUR PHOTO APPOINTMENT ONLINE TODAY! There is no fee or charge for the photo appointment and no obligation to purchase. Go to the Link above and enter School Code# 87182.

ORDER YOUR COPY OF THE BARUCH COLLEGE 2007 YEARBOOK BEFORE JAN. 1 & SAVE $5 !
Click Here to Order OnLine Now!
Lexicon 2007, Baruch College's Full Color Yearbook, is on Sale until January 1, 2007. Order your book before 2007 begins and save $5!!! Cost per book, if ordered in 2006: $40.....Cost per book, if ordered in 2007: $45 ! YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE, IN PERSON, OR BY MAIL... Shop online by clicking on the link above or go to http://shop.jostens.com. Order by mail or in person with a check or money order, payable to Baruch College Lexicon 2007. (Mail order forms will be sent to you with your photo proofs.) Order Forms are available in the Office of Student Life, NVC 2-210. Remember, the price goes up if you wait until 2007!

FALL STUDENT THEATRICAL PRODUCTION--"BLADE TO THE HEAT"
The Baruch College FINE & PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT presents the FALL STUDENT PRODUCTION of Oliver Mayer's play, "BLADE TO THE HEAT," directed by Thom Garvey. Performances will be Tuesday, Nov. 14 thru Saturday, Nov. 18 @ 7:30 PM, and Sat., Nov. 18 @ 2:30 PM in the Nagelberg Theater, Baruch Performing Arts Center, B3 Level. $10 Tix available at E. 25th St. Lobby Box Office.

RUFUS REID in concert at the BPAC. The world renown, premiere bassist at the BPAC Oct. 19 @ 6PM. Free concert presented by the MILT HINTON JAZZ Concert Series. Get free ticket at BPAC box office.

Newman Library Events
PAF 9330 - @ 6:00PM in Room 415
November 6th, 2006
PAF 9330 - Prof. McGarraghy @ 6:00PM in Room 415
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LIB 3020 - @ 6:00PM in Room 135
November 6th, 2006
LIB 3020 - Prof. Shelfer @ 6:00PM in Room 135
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LIB 3040 - @ 3:20PM in Room 135
November 6th, 2006
LIB 3040 - Prof. Bornstein @ 3:20PM in Room 135
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Accounting Students FASB Workshop
November 6th, 2006
FASB Workshop - @ 5:30PM in Room 130
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IS Division Meeting @ 2:00PM
November 6th, 2006
IS Division Meeting @ 2:00PM in Room 130
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Reuters: Options Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 6th, 2006
Reuters: Options Workshop @ 12:45PM in the Subotnick Center
ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 135
November 6th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. McCarthy & Brodherson @ 10:45AM in Room 135
CAPS - @ 9:30AM in Room 130
November 6th, 2006
CAPS - Profs. Britton & Rath @ 9:30AM in Room 130
Entrepreneurship Competition Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 3rd, 2006
Entrepreneurship Competition Workshop @ 12:45PM in Room 135
Reuters Bloomberg Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 3rd, 2006
Introduction to Bloomberg @ 12:45PM in the Subotnick Center. (Register Here)

THIS WEEK AT BARUCH
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 6 TO 12
Date Event Club Room From/
To
Sat.
Nov. 4 Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 4:00pm
8:00pm
Sun.
Nov. 5 Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 2:00pm
7:00pm
Mon.
Nov. 6 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Salsa Lessons Salsa /Mambo Club 1-107
(NVC) 12:00pm
2:30pm
Ticket Sale for Shop of Style Show Shop of Style 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Tue.
Nov. 7 Election Day Office of Student Life 1-107
(NVC) 7:00am
9:00pm
Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Cookies Connection NYC Girls Scout 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 10:00am
2:00pm
Fashion Show Promotion Shop of Style 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Basketball Tournament Sign-up Phi Eta Sigma 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Dialogue: One Voice Movement Hillel 10-150
(NVC) 12:40pm
2:20pm
Careers in Real Estate Executives On Campus 14-235
(NVC) 1:00pm
2:00pm
Salsa Lessons Salsa /Mambo Club 3-215
(NVC) 5:00pm
7:30pm
Learn Chinese United Chinese Language Association 3-240
(NVC) 6:00pm
7:30pm
Wed.
Nov. 8 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Time out with Chabad Chabad Club 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 11:00am
6:00pm
Ticket Sale for Shop of Style Show Shop of Style 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Information Session Kappa Phi Alpha 3-240
(NVC) 7:00pm
9:00pm
Thu.
Nov. 9 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Free Flu Shots Health Center 3-240
(NVC) 9:00am
7:00pm
Spoken Word Promotion African Students Association 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:00pm
2:30pm
Mr. and Ms Baruch Hillel Jewish Women's Group 1-107
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Fashion Show Promotion Shop of Style 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Bake Sale Pre Law Society 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Academic Survival Workshop SEEK Office 3-215
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Basketball Tournament Sign-up Phi Eta Sigma 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Baruch Alumni Networking Event NAASA 11-155
(NVC) 12:40pm
2:20pm
Speech & Debate Tournaments Speech & Debate Society 9-140 & 9-165
(NVC) 12:45pm
2:20pm
Spoken Word African Students Association 3-215
(NVC) 6:00pm
9:00pm
Journalist Speaks About Experience in Iraq Arab Alliance 750
(Library Building) 7:00pm
9:00pm
Fri.
Nov. 10 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Desi Formal Dance Rehearsal United Sikh Association 1-107
(NVC) 3:00pm
8:00pm
Business Etiquette Workshop Sigma Alpha Delta 3-215
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:00pm
General Meeting Toastmasters International 4-220
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:00pm
Dance Rehearsal Club India 3-210
(NVC) 6:00pm
10:00pm
X- Factor Dance Practice CSA SOCA WICC 2-125
(NVC) 7:00pm
10:00pm
General Meeting Kappa Phi Alpha 3-240
(NVC) 7:30pm
9:00pm
Sat.
Nov. 11 Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 4:00pm
8:00pm
Sun.
Nov. 12 Dance Rehearsal Club India B3
(NVC) 12:00pm
6:00pm
Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 2:00pm
7:00pm



Student Life:

EMAIL NEWSLETTER from
BARUCH COLLEGE's OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE

November 2, 2006 Edition

In this Issue:
1. Last Chance for Senior Yearbook Photo Appointments--Time is Running Out!
2. Order Senior Yearbooks before 2007 and Save $5.
3. Honors Brown Bag Lunch Series—11/7.
4. Executives on Campus, Careers in Real Estate - 11/7.
5. Black & Hispanic Studies Conference on The African Presence & The
Influence on the Cultures of the Americas—11/8.
6. Student Flu Shots—11/9 & 11/13.
7. Zicklin Undergrad Info Sessions on Internal Auditing—11/9 & 12/5
8. Big 5 Canned Food Drive—11/6
9. SAAC Food Drive for City Harvest.—11/13--17
10. Weissman Ctr for International Business—Corporate Communication in
Greater China—11/14..
11. Fine & Performing Arts presents Fall Student Production—11/14—18.

1. SENIORS AND GRADUATES: ARE YOU GRADUATING IN JANUARY, MAY OR AUGUST
2007? Time is running out! THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE to be photographed
and included in the 2007 Baruch College Yearbook. Make your photo
appointment online TODAY! The photo shoot is coming to an end in one more
week. Go to: http://cws.ouryear.com. Enter School Code # 87182.

2. ORDER YOUR COPY OF THE BARUCH COLLEGE 2007 YEARBOOK BEFORE JAN. 1 &
SAVE $5 ! Lexicon 2007, Baruch College's Full Color Yearbook, is on Sale
until January 1, 2007. Order your book before 2007 begins and save $5!!!
Cost per book, if ordered in 2006: $40.....Cost per book, if ordered in
2007: $45 ! YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE, IN PERSON, OR BY MAIL... Shop online @
http://shop.jostens.com You can also order in person or via mail with a
check or money order. Order Forms are available in Student Life (NVC
2-210) or online @ http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/stulife. Remember, the
price goes up if you wait until 2007!

3. November's HONORS BROWN BAG LUNCH SERIES, titled "MR. INSULT AND MRS.
SHAME: THE POLITICS OF SHOPPING IN COLD WAR GERMANY" presented by
Professor Katherine Pence from the History Department. This lecture is
about border-crossing shoppers in divided Berlin, a frontline in Cold War
conflict. Tues., Nov. 7, Honors Lounge (Room 903), 17 Lexington,
12:30-2:00 p.m. RSVP: To Honors' Advisors Jacqueline @
Jacqueline_Klein@baruch.cuny.edu or Brooke @ Brooke_Carter@baruch.cuny.edu
or at (646) 312-2124 by Monday, Nov. 6.
Light refreshments will be provided!

4. EXECUTIVES ON CAMPUS will present its next "JOB $MART CAREER HOUR" on
Tues., Nov. 7 at 1:00 PM, NVC 14-235, "CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE." Guest
Speakers include Peter Brooks, Executive Director, Transaction Real
Estate, Ernst & Young; Raymond Hoffman, Director of HR, BlackRock; and
Sean Sullivan, Senior Vice President, Property Operations, AvalonBay.

5. The Department of BLACK AND HISPANIC STUDIES invites you to a
Conference on "THE AFRICAN PRESENCE & THE INFLUENCE ON THE CULTURES OF THE
AMERICAS," on Wed., Nov. 8, from 5:30 PM until 8 PM in NVC 14-220. The
event will feature a presentation on "A Daughter's Geography: The Poetics
of Diaspora, The poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, Nicolas Guillen & their
literary children. Guest Speaker is FARAH JASMINE GRIFFIN, PhD. Dr.
Griffin is a Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia
University. Some of her books include "Who Set You Flowin'?:" The
African-American Migration Narrative. (New York: Oxford University
Press, 1995.), If You Can't Be Free, Be a Mystery: In Search of Billie
Holiday(New York: The Free Press, 2001.)

6. STUDENT FLU SHOT CLINIC. 210 Free Flu Vaccines are available to
Baruch students. No appointment necessary, first come, first served,
while supplies last. Thurs. Nov. 9 from 12:30-8:00pm & Mon. Nov. 13th
from 12:30-8:00pm. Baruch Student Health Center, 138 E. 26th Street, 1st
fl. Vaccines are sponsored by CUNY Office of Student Services.

7. ATTENTION ZICKLIN UNDERGRADUATES: Have you ever considered pursuing a
career in the INTERNAL AUDIT PROFESSION? Attend one of these INFORMATION
SESSIONS to learn about the extensive career opportunities, the program
and course requirements and to get your questions answered. Thurs., Nov. 9
@ 1:00 p.m. NVC 3-165 with Lawrence Mawn, Deloitte & Touche or Tues., Dec.
5 @ 1:00 p.m. 1323 17 Lex. with reps from Protiviti and AIG. Light
refreshments will be served. Sign up for an information session at the
following address:
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/programs/undergrad/degrees/accountancy/accounting-ia/sessions.
For more information, please contact MatthewLePere at
646-312-3231 or Matthew_LePere@baruch.cuny.edu.

8. BIG FIVE CAN FOOD DRIVE. The Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi,
Golden Key International Honor Soc., Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Soc.,
Sigma Alpha Delta Honor Soc. are sponsoring a CANNED FOOD DRIVE beginning
on Mon., Nov. 6 on the 2nd Floor of NVC.

9. The BARUCH ATHLETIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE will be conducting a FOOD DRIVE
from Nov. 13 through Nov. 17 on the second floor of the NVC. They will be
collecting non-perishable foods (canned foods, rice, pasta, cereals,
etc.). Proceeds will go to City Harvest and be distributed to food
shelters and homeless shelters.

10. WEISSMAN CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS presents "CORPORATE
COMMUNICATION IN GREATER CHINA AT THE DAWN OF THE NEW MILLENIUM," with
ROBERT DeFILLIPO, of Prudential Financial, MICHAEL GOODMAN of Fairleigh
Dickinson University and JAY WANG of Purdue University on Tues., Nov. 14,
10 AM—Noon, Oak Room of 135 E. 22nd St.

11. The FINE & PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT presents the FALL STUDENT
PRODUCTION of Oliver Mayer's play, "BLADE TO THE HEAT," directed by Thom
Garvey. Performances will be Tuesday, Nov. 14 thru Saturday, Nov. 18 @
7:30 PM, and Sat., Nov. 18 @ 2:30 PM in the Nagelberg Theater, Baruch
Performing Arts Center, NVC-B3 Level. $10 Tix available at E. 25th St.
Lobby Box Office.


For more info on what's happening @ Baruch, check the Student Affairs
website @ http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/studentaffairs and the Student Life
website @ http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/stulife.
Have a Great Week!
 

AmericanBilly

New Member
The International Association of Financial Engineers is

pleased to endorse



The New York Academy of Sciences

Quantitative Finance Symposium



Wednesday November 8, 2006

7 World Trade Center

250 Greenwich St 40th Floor

New York City

4:00PM Program Begins
Reception Afterwards



Featuring:

Dr. Robert Engle, Nobel Laureate, New York University

Dr. Doyne Farmer, Sante Fe Institute

Dr. David Shaw, D.E. Shaw & Co.

Dr. Eugene Stanley, Boston University

Please join us to hear four world famous scientists speak about how they applied different aspects of their quantitative and scientific training to the complex financial markets.

This is the first symposium on Quantitative Finance at the New York Academy of Sciences as part of a new initiative launched in physical sciences and engineering. Given the Academy's new location at 7 World Trade Center and the number of scientists who work in finance, the goal of this symposium is to build community by creating collaborations and developing professional networks between the science and finance communities.

There will be a reception following the presentations.



This is a free event. Please register at the New York Academy of Sciences website
 

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New Member
Congressman Charles Rangel will do a "Post-election Interview on Policy and Politics."

Date: Monday, 11/8/2006
Time: 8 - 10 AM
Location: Newman Conference Center, 151 East 25th St, 7th Floor

Please RSVP at spa_conferences@baruch.cuny.edu or (646) 660-6851. Space is Limited. Thank you, and hope to see you there!

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